If you’ve undertaken a home improvement project, you may find that you’re left with a lot of rubble, both building waste and other building up trash.
How do you get away with all that waste? There are many choices.
The first option is to rent a dumpster from a rubbish removal service, if you will have a large amount of waste. This may be your primary garbage hauling service, but they are often too big for a small customer to bother with. I strongly suggest you to visit Lakewood Rubbish Removal to learn more about this.
Look at other waste removal services which offer dumpster services on Craigslist or in the yellow pages. The best idea is to get them to come before you start the project so that as you work on the project you can fill the dumpster in. Most have a variety of dumpster sizes, and many will drop one off at your home or work site, leave it for a week or more, and then pick it up once the project is complete.
The quality is generally relatively appropriate, because all the waste is disposed of at once. Often you’ll have room in the dumpster to get rid of another removal of junk that’s been piling up in your home.
Another waste collection method is to call a garbage hauling company. In general, these services operate with a dump truck or a large pickup and come to your home. They normally load the junk onto the truck for an extra fee, or you can load it yourself. The advantages of this method is that it is accomplished quickly and has less trouble than transporting it yourself.
Such companies often advertise with titles such as 1-2-3 Garbage or something identical in the classified companies or on roadside signage.
The next choice is to hire a truck and take yourself the load into the landfill. First, you need to contact the local dump and determine whether they accept homeowners hauled trash. If not, call around until you find one that accepts that sort of trash. You would then have to tell you practically what kind of materials you have to dump and how much, before they give you a amount.
At home improvement stores, there are trucks available that rent for around $20 an hour plus gas, or you can just check at a standard UHaul or rental truck establishment. Depending on the car you borrow the prices can be marginally higher there. Often you can just rent a pickup truck, if that does the job.
The next option would be to advertise yourself on Craigslist. Note the type of waste you have at your disposal, and see if anyone is interested in that. People with wood burning stoves sometimes look for cheap sources of coal, while some have specific motives for avoiding such waste materials. You might win it down to a reasonable amount just to throw it away in the standard trash.
The last option is to break up the waste and bag it with your regular garbage a little at a time.